Armed Robbers Steal from Money Changer in Ghazni Province, Adding to a String of Recent Heists and Violence in Many Provinces

Local sources in Ghazni report that armed robbers have stolen money from a money changer in this province.

Sources from the province say that on Wednesday morning, 13 April, armed individuals took over the route of a money changer near the Sarrafi-Market in the first security district of the city, using firearms, and stole his money.

The thieves were two people and have fled the scene.

The Taliban have not yet commented on the incident.

It should be noted that a few days ago, armed robbers also stole a merchant in the Shamir market in the first security district of the city, who had nearly four million Pakistani rupees.

This comes as this morning, a money changer in the old bazaar of Khost city was attacked and killed.

In protest against the killing of this money changer, money changers in Khost have gone on strike.